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Indonesia looks for investors in a new sovereign bond

Citigroup, Deutsche Bank and UBS help officials from Southeast Asia's largest economy meet with investors starting Friday.
Indonesia plans to kick off its investor roadshow for an offshore dollar-denominated bond on Friday in Hong Kong and Singapore.

Citigroup, Deutsche Bank and UBS will be acting as joint bookrunners and lead managers for the bond offering and will talk to investors in Dubai and Boston on Monday, February 5 and London and New York the next day.

Although, the specific amount hasnÆt been decided yet, sources say it is likely to be between $1 billion and $2 billion, for a bond with a maturity of 15-years or 30-year or a combination of both.

Indonesia last sold international bonds in March 2006, with a $2 billion, dual-tranche issue of 2017 securities. The country has...
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